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Julia Krane's Publications

 

Krane, J., & Carlton, R. We’re all women and we’re all going through the same thing: Intersectionality challenges practice in a battered women's shelter. Chapter manuscript submitted November 2006 to Dominque Damant for review for publication with the International Conference on Violence against Women: Diversifying Social Responses.


Krane, J., & Davies, L. (2007). Mothering under difficult and unusual circumstances: Challenges to working with battered women. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 22(1), 23-38.


Krane, J., & Caplan, T. (2007). Supporting women, supporting mothers: Group intervention with abused women. In C. Chamberland, S. Léveillé and N. Trocmé (eds.), Des enfants à protéger, des adultes à aider: deux univers à rapprocher. Sainte-Foy: Presses de l'Université du Québec, (205-221).


Davies, L., Krane, J., Collings, S., & Wexler, S. (2007). Developing mothering narratives in child protection practice. Journal of Social Work Practice. 21(1), 23-34.


Krane, J., & Davies, L. (2006). La sororité n’est pas suffisante: L’invisibilité de la maternité dans la pratique adoptée en maisons d’aide et d’hébergement pour femmes victimes de violence. The International Journal Of Victimology/Le Journal International De Victimologie, Year 4(3), http://www.jidv.com/KraneDavies-JIDV2006_13.htm


Oxman-Martinez, J., & Krane, J. (November, 2002). Competing conceptions of conjugal violence: Insights from an intersectional framework. Montreal: McGill University, Centre for Applied Family Studies.


Krane, J., & Davies, L. (2002). Sisterhood is not enough: The invisibility of mothering in battered women’s shelters. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, volume 17(2), 167-190.


Davies, L., Krane, J., McKinnon, M., Rains, P., & Mastronardi, L. (2002). Beyond the state: Conceptualizing protection in community settings. Social Work Education, 21(6), 623-633).


Davies, L., Fox, K., Krane, J., & Shragge, E. (2002). Community child welfare: Examples from Quebec. In B. Wharf, (ed.), Community Work Approaches to Child Welfare. Peterborough: Broadview Press, (63-81).

Krane, J. (2003). What’s Mother got to do with it? Protecting children from sexual abuse. Toronto: The University of Toronto Press.

Krane, J. (2002). Mothering for the State: Protection Practices in cases of Child Sexual Abuse. Toronto: The University of Toronto Press Incorporated.

Articles in Refereed Journals

 

Davies, L., & Krane, J. (2006). Collaborate with caution: Protecting children, helping mothers. Critical Social Policy, 26(2].

Davies, L., Krane, J., Collings, S., & Wexler, S. (2006). Developing mothering narratives in child protection practice. Journal of Social Work Practice.

Krane, J., & Davies, L. (2005). Mothering under difficult and unusual circumstances: Challenges to working with battered women. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, December 2005.

Oxman-Martinez, J., & Krane, J. (2005). Un décalage entre théorie et pratique? Violence conjugale et femmes issues des minorities ethniques. The International Journal of Victimology, 3(3).

Davies, S., Collings, J., & Krane, J. (2003). Making Mothers Visible: Implications for Social Work Practice and Education in Child Welfare. Journal for the Association for Research on Mothering, 5(2), 158-169.

Davies, L., & Krane, J. (2003). Critical reflections on practice with battered women: Insights from Maya’s story. Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal, 28(1), 63-71.

Davies, L., Krane, J., McKinnon, M., Rains, P., & Mastronardi, L. (2002). Beyond the State: Conceptualizing Protection in Community Settings. Social Work Education, 21(6), 623-633.

Krane, J., & Davies, L. (2002). Sisterhood is not enough: The invisibility of mothering in battered women’s shelters. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, volume 17.

Davies, L., Krane, J., McKinnon, M., Rains, P., Mastronardi, L. (2002). Beyond the state: Conceptualizing protection in community settings. Social Work Education, volume 21.

Krane, J., & Davies, L. (2000). Mothering and child protection practice: Rethinking risk assessment. Child and Family Social Work, 5(1), 35-45.

Krane, J., Oxman-Martinez, J., & Ducey, K. (2000). Violence against women and ethnoracial minority women: Examining assumptions about ethnicity and “race”. Canadian Ethnic Studies, 32(3), 1-18.

Oxman-Martinez, J., Krane, J., Wehbi, S., & Rowe, B. (2000). Joint police/social work intervention in conjugal violence: A critical exploration. Intervention, 111, 34-43.

Articles in Books

 

Krane, J., & Caplan, T. (in press). Supporting women, supporting mothers: Group intervention with abused women. In C. Chamberland, S. Léveillé & N. Trocmé (Eds.), Des enfants à protéger, des adultes à aider : deux univers à rapprocher. Sainte-Foy: Presses de l'Université du Québec.

Davies, L., Fox, K., Krane, J., & Shragge, E. (2002). Community child welfare: Examples from Quebec. In B. Wharf, (ed.), Community Work Approaches to Child Welfare. Peterborough: Broadview Press.

Krane, J. (2000). Child sexual abuse. In L. Code, (ed.), Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories. London: Sage.

Books Reviews

 

Krane, J. (1999). Review: The Cross-Cultural Practice of Clinical Case Management in Mental Health (by Manoleas, P., ed.). Transcultural Psychiatry, 36(2).

Krane, J. (1998). Tranquilizing Women's Uncomfortable Moods. A review of Gendered moods: Psychotropics and society (by Ettore, E., & Riska, E.). Transcultural Psychiatry, 35(4), 534-536.

Krane, J. (1998). From hysteria to masochism to codependence: Pathologizing women's behaviour. A review of Challenging codependency: Feminist critiques (by Babcock, M., & McKay, C., eds.). Transcultural Psychiatry, 35(4), 533-534.